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H. G. Adler: A Survivor’s Dual Reverie

Compared by critics to Kafka and Joyce, H. G. Adler is quickly gaining recognition as a key figure in twentieth-century fiction. A panel of writers and journalists comes together to discuss Adler’s unique “dual” perspective on the events of the Holocaust, as author of both The Wall—a fictional account of his own survival—and of Theresienstadt 1941-1945: The Face of a Coerced Community—an academic examination of the same event, to be published in a new translation in October 2015.

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